CadetAndrew

CadetAndrew

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Huntsville, Alabama
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Interesting teenager that has an interest in weather, news, and technology.

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CadetAndrew created a Page  -  21 days ago

Need some help with an SRVX override log script. What I'm trying to do is simply log any overrides that might be done by network helpers or operators on a network that uses SRVX. So far, I know the INPUT isn't working. The variables are setting, but not echoing. It's been a long time since I've made a decent MRC script (and even with that one I needed some assistance).

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CadetAndrew commented on a Page, BitlBee Script  -  Jul 09, 2011

Script has been updated. :)

Added new configuration settings Added a new /bitlbee alias (vars, login, logout) Fixed issue with auto-identify Now uses /OPER to identify rather than msging into the channel Added auto-nick change Tips now use BitlBeeTip alias Added new variables

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CadetAndrew commented on a Page, BitlBee Script  -  Jun 25, 2011

I've been testing a different version of this, it has colors and different kind of text, plus twitter notifications.

@jaytea I really like your idea of checking if a tip is already up so I'll try to implement it in somehow. :)

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CadetAndrew commented on a Page, BitlBee Script  -  Jun 07, 2011

@napa182 BitlBee will connect you to your social networks and show all your buddies/friends in the nick list as if they were really there.

@Jethro_ It was worse before I tweaked it. It used to echo and tip both on join and voice, so everytime someone came online you would get 2 notifications right off the bat. The tips also used to have different names, so everytime something different happened it would hop above the other.

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CadetAndrew created a Page  -  Jun 07, 2011

This is a script for BitlBee. BitlBee is an IRC platform that allows you to connect with all social networks right inside your IRC client! More information is in the script itself.

CadetAndrew commented on a Page, The Youtube organizer  -  Apr 18, 2010
  • /writeini: insufficient parameters (line 77, youtube)
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CadetAndrew commented on a Page, -::Simple Bot Commands::-  -  Mar 27, 2010

You don't want to have more then one on TEXT event in one file, this would be much more affective:

I also see alot of errors in this, this code should fix everything.

on *:TEXT:#:{
if ($me isop $chan) {
if ($1 == .k) { /kick # $2 $3- }
}
elseif ($1 == .j) { /join $2 }
elseif ($1 == .p) { /part $2 }
elseif ($1 == .quit) { /quit $2- }
elseif ($1 == .op) { /mode $chan +o $2 }
elseif ($1 == .dop) { /mode $chan -o $2 }
}
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CadetAndrew commented on a Page, Query Accept/Deny   -  Feb 12, 2010

I love it! I give you a 9/10!

For a quick suggestion though, can you give the option to ignore people? Like if they keep bothering you you ignore them for so long?

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CadetAndrew commented on a Page, Window Manager  -  Jan 29, 2010

Using this one and getting lots of errors.

I tried messaging myself for test purposes, and I got:

  • /msg: insufficient parameters (line 119, windowmanager)

  • /msg: insufficient parameters (line 119, windowmanager)

  • /msg: insufficient parameters (line 119, windowmanager)
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CadetAndrew commented on a Page, Unbanme Script  -  Jan 29, 2010

Thanks napa! I added that part and the script works perfectly now!

I added a new part to this script called revenge. You can enable it by type /unbanme [+|-]revenge.

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CadetAndrew created a Page  -  Jan 29, 2010

This is an advanced unbanme script. If someone bans you in a channel, it tells ChanServ to immediately unban you.

CadetAndrew commented on a Page, Apples to Apples  -  Jan 08, 2010

Yea looks like the 2 .txt files aren't there anymore, anyone else here already use this script and have the files?

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CadetAndrew created a Page  -  Nov 27, 2009

This script is very simple, it will respond to someone after they query you.

CadetAndrew commented on a Page, Star Wars Rpg  -  Nov 21, 2009

This is most impressive! I will definitally have to use it as soon as I can get my mIRC bot back up.

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CadetAndrew commented on a Page, Moderate Chatroom  -  Nov 21, 2009

Here's another way you could do it:

alias mod {
set %moderate.time $$?="How long (in seconds) would you like this chat room to be moderated?"
if ($me isopin $active) {
/mode $active +m | /timermod 1 %moderate.time mode $active -m | unset %moderate.time
  }
}

That might be a little bit easier.

You could use /mod and it will moderate the channel for however long you tell it to.

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CadetAndrew created a Page  -  Nov 14, 2009

This script will evaluate any variable in mIRC, by variable, I mean something like $idle, $away, or something like that.

CadetAndrew commented on a Page, Highlight to @Log window  -  Nov 14, 2009

Not taking down your script or anything, I have a similar one here:

on ^*:TEXT:$($+(*,$me,*)):*: { 
  $iif($window(@Highlights),$null,window -n @Highlights) 
  echo 3 -tml @Highlights 11,1[ $date ] ---- 8,1 $nick  $+ highlighted you in 4,1 $+ $chan  $+ on $+ 9,1 $network  $+ at 13,1 $time  $+ .
  echo 13 -a * Logged the highlight from $nick $+ .
}

Just like that one, except yours seems to also log the text, mine won't. So great job!

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CadetAndrew commented on a Page, ===New Away Script===  -  Nov 14, 2009

What I could do is add this, but I'm not sure how it would come out.

on *:LOAD: {
set %auto.away.network $$?="What is the name of the network you would like auto-away to be enabled on?"
set %auto.away.duration $$?="What would you like your idle to be (in seconds) to be marked for auto-away"?
set %auto.away.chan(s) $$?="What channels would you like to say you are auto-away in? (Separate each channel with a comma. ie: #MyChan,#Chat,#Scripting)"
set %auto.away.msg $$?="What would you like your auto-away message to be?"
set %away.network $$?="What is the name of the network you would like /afk to be enabled on?"
set %away.chan(s) $$?="Which channels would you like to say you are now away in?(Separate each channel with a comma. ie: #MyChan,#Chat,#Scripting)
}

Is that what you mean? If so I can add it no problem.

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CadetAndrew commented on a Page, ===New Away Script===  -  Nov 13, 2009

The script is now complete! You should now only have to edit the settings part, don't worry about the code unless you know mrc well.

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CadetAndrew commented on a Page, ===New Away Script===  -  Nov 13, 2009

Thanks for the comments everyone, I'm working on making this script much more customizable and easier to set up.

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CadetAndrew commented on a Page, ===New Away Script===  -  Nov 08, 2009

C'mon let's now turn this into a script war here.

However, if you have any ideas for this script I would love to hear them. :)

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CadetAndrew created a Page  -  Nov 07, 2009

This is a good away script that I have worked on. Thanks to PwnerJohn for the on PING part of it.

CadetAndrew commented on a Page, mIRC Services Scripts  -  Oct 29, 2009

Sorry about that, it's supposed to be Tools > Scripts Editor > Popups > View > Channel

Script has been updated:

  • [!]Renamed the scripts to mIRC Services Script
  • [!]Fixed the script so it will /msg services instead of attempting alliases.
  • [+]Added MemoServ to the script.
  • [+]Added NickServ to the script.

Enjoy!

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CadetAndrew commented on a Page, mIRC Services Scripts  -  Oct 04, 2009

I wouldn't advise putting it in nick list, it would really be screwy.

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CadetAndrew created a Page  -  Sep 27, 2009

This is a script that I was working on all day.

CadetAndrew commented on a Page, Mirc Highlight Script  -  Jul 21, 2009

Lmao

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CadetAndrew commented on a Page, Mirc Highlight Script  -  Jul 20, 2009

Something alot simpler would be:

on *:TEXT:*:#:{
  if ($me isin $1-) {
    window -a @Highlights
    echo @Highlights $asctime(h:nn:ss tt) : $nick 12// $network 12// $chan 12// Message 2,8: $+ $1- $+ 
    echo @Highlights 8--------------------------------
    /beep 20
  }
  else { halt }
}

Which will just make a beeping noise for you.

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CadetAndrew commented on a Page, !need script  -  Jul 12, 2009

He did, so he has every right to post it. I made most of it, but he helped me with the 2nd line that was giving me problems.

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CadetAndrew commented on a Page, !need Script  -  Jul 11, 2009

Yea, I was having problems with that line, thanks for the help ;) Finally got it to work correctly with no edits required. Timers are fine, they can remove them if they want, its just so the other user doesnt get a world of spam of notices.

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CadetAndrew commented on a Page, !need script  -  Jul 11, 2009

Not bad John, it looks alot better then mine, but mine is simple, this one is a bit complicated :s

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